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Efficiency, Accountability, and Equity Issues in Title 1 Schoolwide Program Implementation (HC) (Research in Educational Productivity)

by Kenneth K. Wong

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Published by Information Age Publishing .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Organization & management of education,
  • Education,
  • Education / Teaching,
  • USA,
  • Finance,
  • Education / Finance,
  • General,
  • Educational evaluation,
  • Federal aid to education,
  • Law and legislation,
  • School improvement programs,
  • United States

  • The Physical Object
    FormatHardcover
    Number of Pages316
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL12308424M
    ISBN 101931576114
    ISBN 109781931576116
    OCLC/WorldCa49011589

    Despite the intense political attention that has been focused on accountability, on standardized testing, and on the equity effects of both accountability and testing, the great majority of recent debate in education policy circles has failed to attend to either the dynamism or complexity of these issues and has, instead, been carried out in a dualistic, good versus evil, fashion.5/5(1). Efficiency, Accountability, and Equity Issues in Title 1 Schoolwide Program Implementation ISBN: - Paperback - List Price: $ Publisher: Information Age Pub Inc - Published Date: 03/01/ - Paperback.

    Research in Educational Productivity. Efficiency, Accountability, and Equity Issues in Title 1 School Wide Program Implementation Margaret C. Wang, Temple University; Kenneth K. Wong, Brown University. School Reform Proposals The Research Evidence   Center Education Fellow Taiyyaba Qureshi co-authored an article in this month's Poverty and Race Research Action Council Journal. Taiyyaba and Jason Langberg, Director of the Push Out Prevention Project in Legal Aid's Advocates for Children's Services program, presented their perspective on best accountability practices for education officials based on their experience in education .

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The papers were reviewed by conference participants before the. Accountability Mandates and the Implementation of Title I Schoolwide Programs: A Comparison of Three Urban Districts Show all authors. The current operation of the Chapter 1 program: Final report from the National Assessment of Chapter 1.

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Equity and Accountability 4 ). The reauthorization of ESEA, called the Improving America’s Schools Act (IASA), increased Title I funding for schools serving low-income students, with the stipulation that these schools comply with more federal regulations, including standardized testing for students served by the program.

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Research in Educational Productivity, Volume 2. avg /5. COMMUNITY COLLEGE FINANCING: EQUITY, EFFICIENCY, AND ACCOUNTABILITY 39 then analyzes IPEDS enrollment and finance data to explain variations in state financing of community colleges The next section discusses equity, efficiency, and accountability in community college financing.

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Alaotsikko Issues in title i school wide program implementationPages: Norris, & Soloway, ). Issues of implementation and equity remain vital factors today, as K–12 school districts reinvest heavily in computer hardware and digital curriculum.

In this article, we present initial analyses of an urban school district’s implementation of an online mathematics game called First in .School-family Partnerships: Policy Implications for Urban Schools.

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